The Marin County Board of Supervisors approved several changes to county code on Tuesday, including increased animal control fees and two new tobacco related ordinances. Fees for dog licensing, dog redemption, dead pet removal, dead wildlife removal, potentially dangerous and vicious dog permits, hobby and ranch dogs, stray livestock, and exhibit and commercial animal establishment; the fees, which were . . .

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